Sushant Singh Rajput’s death has made the nation’s heart grieve in pain, just like the country cried during the Nirbhaya gang rape case. The netizens, friends, fans and Sushant’s family have extended their prayers and support for the CBI probe. Even after two months of Sushant’s death, the reason of his untimely demise still remains in question. Now, Nirbhaya’s mother, Asha Devi has come forward to support the family.
Nirbhaya’s mother to Sushant’s family:
Asha Devi told a news portal, “I was hurt when I saw Sushant’s sister come on national television and request people with folded hands. I haven’t met their parents or even talked to them but I was hurt because I have faced similar situation during the long legal battle while fighting for justice for my daughter.”
She also added, “I just want to tell Shweta Singh Kirti and Sushant’s family that the truth will come out and you will get justice. Have faith. The case is with the Supreme Court, Bihar Police and all the public are with you. Der hai, andher nahi hai aapko insaaf zarur milega (It may be delayed but you will get justice eventually). Mumbai Police should also help them.”
Sharing her feelings about how disturbed a family feels after losing their young child, she said, “I heard some minister asking for peace to be maintained. But someone who lost his young son, what will that old father do? How much of peace can he maintain? It has been two months since the death, your polics haven’t even filed an FIR and you are asking them to be at peace? Someone who lost his son may never achieve peace, not in his entire life.”
Asha Devi forwards hope and faith to Sushant’s family:
The lady with high will-power extended the same vibes to Sushant’s father by saying, “If you are listening to me, I would like to ask Sushant’s father to have some patience and faith in the Supreme Court. The court will certainly hand over the case to CBI. Believe in the judicial system of the country., if your son has been murdered, you will get justice. The central and Bihar governments are with you, the entire nation is there with you.”
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